Life in the settlements in the valley along the Struma (Strymon) river middle course according to 4th/3rd c. BC  AD 3rd c. epigraphic data (Excavations and Research, vol. 38)

 

Table of contents /summary/

Preface

1.1. Review of the research of the topic

1.2. The valley along the middle cource of Struma (Srymon) river — the northeastern part of the Roman province of Macedonia (in the today's territory of Bulgaria). The border between the province of Macedonia and the province of Thrace during the Roman period

2.1. The region of Maedica and the campaignes of the Macedonian kings

2.2. An attempt to localize the ancient settlements

3.1. Types of epigraphic monuments from the studied area

3.2. Ethnic structure of the population in the valley along the Struma river middle course according to the antiquity epigraphic monuments

3.3. Social structure of the population of the ancient settlements in the valley along the middle course of Struma river

4. Public institutions. Secular and religious associations. The Roman army

5. Linguistic characteristics of the inscriptions from the valley along the middle course of Struma river

6. Chronology of the epigraphic monuments from the valley along the middle course of Struma river

7. Conclusions

Ilustrations

Селищния живот в долината на средна Струма според античните епиграфски паметници от ІV/ІІІ в. пр. Хр. – ІІІ в. сл. Хр. 

Details
Publisher National institute of archaeology with museum (Bulgarian academy of sciences)
Language Bulgarian with an extended summary in English
Pages 248
Illustrations b/w figures
Binding paperback
ISSN 0205-0722
Creation date 2008
Size 21 x 29 cm

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